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Popularity of the Baby Name Nayeli

Number of Babies Named Nayeli

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Nayeli

Five-Name Friday: Girl Name Like Nayeli, Alondra

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Welcome to Five Name Friday! Here’s today’s baby name request:

Dad likes Nayeli for a girl, mom is Janel. Mom likes Alina, Alondra, Luzalina.

Can you come up with five great baby name suggestions for this person?

Here are the guidelines:

  • Be independent. Choose your five names before checking out anybody else’s five names.
  • Be sincere. These should be names you’d have no problem recommending to someone in real life.
  • Five names only. If your comment includes more than five names, I’ll have to do some deleting. (This includes nickname suggestions!)

Which five baby names are you going to suggest?

[You can also comment on previous Five-Name Friday posts, or send me your own 2-sentence baby name request using the contact form.]


Huge List of Anagram Baby Names

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Looking for baby names with something in common? Perhaps for a set of twins or triplets? I’ve collected hundreds of anagram baby names for you.

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If you like the idea of anagrams but want to avoid sound-alike sets, I recommend anagrams with different numbers of syllables. Pairs like “Etta and Tate” and “Clay and Lacy” are a far more subtle than pairs like “Enzo and Zeno” and “Mary and Myra.”

(Here are some palindromic names from last month.)